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Noais somme autorisés à annoncer P. DELA
HOUSSAYE coame candidat pour la place de Shbrifde cette paroisse.- __ Niie noimn- launriséO à nr annonce HAR DIN BURNLEY comme Candidat pour lai pl[r.. de Shéril de ciele Parnis-e. Nou- snmmies s autoras à ennoncrr HENRYï R. NERSON comme candidat pour la place .' dA«.spaP r de erepi Par,,it-e. No<i-s sommes autri.-s à annoncer JOSEPh 1ILLET comme Candidat pour la place d'Asd .ceseur de cette Parois.e. MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE AND FIRE INS. CO. Permanent Fund by Ac of Incrporraion, - $900,000. Parnt Ofe, No. 94 Gravier Itret. Bjween C«mp1 and St. Charles st.. TRUST ES: John Hagan, Joseph Walker, John S. Ailllon, Peter Conrev Jr. Maiia.el White. Wan. E. Leveric. Kobert J. Ward, Saiui. Stewart, Edward Sparrow. "mac Joblhon. G. Strawhndit e, Hny S. Buckner. Peter Coorey, Jr.. Prsaid.et B.rd of T.utw.. DIICT OR8: los. W Sqnton, John Siroud Sr., M. H. Cohen, John L. Lewis. John Caheiua. Preton W Farmr WV M G.-.idrat. Jobhuea Bidwia, Wim I Whiae. J L Saff*rts. Warw.ck Jartn,o John D. Beio. A.D C liaoiin, Mark Waltou. W C Tompkiam, Courl tellowes. Joweph Laltndr, John B Lefe, Edw. Jenner Coxe. (0F T'his Company is prepared to entertiin a.pplcatluns for .ile liisuratnce, nd issue Po. i ,ors, l.i nil sound and helty White personm -li. N. reros, ai hei Table uo RAtes establiohed uy tai Buard. w!hich are leu thei ihe (ait *hharged b\ New York and Lan ton offices, anm wiibout thmir restrctlon s io resideioe In the .Soith. By ihe charter, divideujd of profila are declarei annin!ly, and ihe pr.fils draw ii ir:res, ncd (nii be iraliMale ut on.f to the ae tenrt il iwo-thirdt of tlheir enaount, whbee th pasry IHa p.id hi« prcmniumr in full. Jous HGA.N, Prpsident of the Company, PEstTON W FARRAR, Vice Preident. A. J Wi.DDuoo anV M. D. i Medical Board oa l'ruxas Hv.'T, D. D. Cosaultaiion, HA«tUnA DIosAN, plecretnry. J. W. LYM.a, Medical Examiner, Franklin La. Calibrnai Prrmiis are isued to Lile osu. rance Membiwr a· Newr York and Loodis rates. Prosl.etus, tible ol raoes, and mil lo tormatoa an (o Life Joaur.anc, and ail paper arcesaa.ry tow ffeci Inuranoecan te had ai t.h office ot the ageot of the Company at Frankian. iLou.iiana. lo order to accomodaie ail clamons of o, citizean, vouma aes and mochaeles having (a oeitil dapendent upeom heram,th Company will jlluw ail pernonao leuriin for Ife, where the prrmium ananoua lo nover 5L par easmi, la p.y ome.half in cash end onc.kIol IaM selio&e:o y endorsed noae ai 12 moe.ea, bemriag isaer. .at at per ceMa per anatm. N. B. The buione, of ibis Company ii crnfined io Lj[. IxsoaCes o.IL. By a ree. Mut on of th- Bfard, no Pire, Rer or Marino Riaka are taken. R. N. MeMILLAN, Agen,, al ,be t..oboume, , Franklin, La. Auei. 9, ly. Avis Le role d'auimeot pour I'asa6o mil ht ceot quaruat neuf eut d6po6 mu bureau du Be. corder pour y être esauné et y restra peadu teate jours de la date du préeet avis. H. LR NitiON, ALeumer. Aolt le 2, 1849. Avis. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. District Court, Parish on Si. Mary. Succesir.:n de feu Samuel G. Litton. Aitedu que Madame Mary J. Lition de cette pacoiase, à euréimitré dans celle cour une pet; lion demaudnni qu'elle suit r.ommée adminstra irice de la succession de feu Samuel G. Litior. *)o eposix décelé. AVIS est par le present donné à tous ceux que cela peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans les dix jours qui suivront le date du present, avis les raisons, si aucune ils ont, pour les quelles il ne serait pas fait droit à a demande. J. V. FOUKMY, Greflier de la Cour de District. Paruisse de Si. Marie, 4 Septembre. 1849. AviS. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Cour de Ditiici, Paruisse Ste MaNie Succession de elu Michael Hariman. Atiendu que Leonise Theriolt de cette par. aisse, veuve de feu Michael Bariman, à enré siesré dans cette cour une petniion demandant qu'elle soit, nommée administratrice de la dit uerpeeaion. Avis est par le présent donné à ftus ceux que cel, peut concerner d'avoir à deduire dans ;i dix jwuri qui eu:vroat li date di prisent avi ts r aitAs, mi aucune il* onl, pour lesqueiles ne serat pas fail droi I à i derands. J. V. FOURKT, Greffir. Bueau du Greslr, Il Sepaerbre, 1849. \n\n THrI .WHIG POLt'Y -OF MAASACHU SETT'S. The Boston Post, yesterday. had a ebrle teristic article upno the Legislature of Massa. ebusetts, in connection with the call fur a Dem oc.atic State (Conenti'an- Nothing so much puzzles Luco F.roism as to find tangible ohljec. tions to the policy which the Whigs have evert pursued in old Wassachusetts. Under-their do.-I minion the State has risen to its present high positinm. Though deficient in natuaral products.l navigable rivers, mines and territory, Massachu., .sets has, through the fostering care of her leg islatisa, become one of the foremost States in the Confederacy. With her free schools and .higher seminaries of learning, she has become the Schoolmaster of the Union. By her rail-. roads she has brought the prolucts of her sisteri States to her seaboard. By her policy at incur p"irating compauies for mianutacturing pIurilses, she has built up towns and cities which aff,rdl geod markets to our farmers and keep at home ear y.ung men, and thus has she become the .most densely popoulated State in the Union, as well as the best educated and the most weathy. These are facts, yet, notwithstanding, we have every year a long column in the Post about the injustice ot our laws, our monopoolising policy, special legislation. and other phrases which have no meaning, and are only repeated because the party have nothing more substantial to ot fsr. If the Post would only give as what friend Amasa Walker called "the items" of special abuses, when nest it discourses on the Whigs policy of Massachusetts, anI dispense with its! railing accusations as superfluities, we could' better understand what is meant ; but it is much easier to condemn in the bulk than to make sperihicalions of particular cases. We venture to say that there has been fewer abuses in the legislation of Massachusetts than in any State in the Union. The cry of Special Legislation is a scare.cr.,w, and monopoly is a chimera, as regards Massachusetts. If an act dof incorpora. tioun to build a railroad is an act of "Special , Legislation," the mu tipliciy of these and simi Jar acts deprive them of the character of mon opulies. Charters are granted whenever a case is made out, and the people demand them. The "* pecial Acts" which the Post harps so much unpon, are as often granted to Democrats as to Whigs, and are as orten pre.sented to the Legi. lature by Democrats, and advocated by them, as by Whigs. The truth is, that this "Special Legislation" cry has had its day. It h;s ceas ed to frighten even the most timid, and we would , ise our neighbor to wipe his eyes and stop - One word in regard to the Democratie Leg S-4islation in Massachusetts. The case which ap. poaches nearest to that of a cose eco poratino rr.smoaopoly on our statute books, is "the one Iknown as the "Forty Associates," which wa-a .passed by a Democratic Legislature, and bears the signature of Governor Eustis, a Democratic SGavernor. The nest great work fl) Dmn. cr3tic Jegislation, was the retrenchmert bill of 104:1. ';which the Post takes into friend:v ricomniti,i., ''This bll bhas, indeed, been li.,oi'n r.n',,.d rc,, siderably by tbhig legis!,tion ai,,ee: many of "-the salaries which were reduced ly it, ha,-e been restored to their original .tanda.d, and most justly. Take the ret:enchiment 1til! ,t '4:1. ;as I wholt, it was the must d'sgracefilt act that ever pareoi a Massachusetts Legislatutre, oaid Seontribtted more t,, the overtlhrw of Lieor Fo. coism in the talhlwing ytear than any thing e!se connected with tne canrvas. During a discus stun in the House last wiater, a letter was read "by a memnber, from the Hot. John Mills, who, was the Democratic I'reasurer of'the Co:',aon wealhb in '43, when Marcus .4,orton was Garv. .er4..r, in which be spokde ofthe *retreitchme,.t b- hbi 't4," in terms of strong ctadena.cai.on. But more than all this. the rery man whom the Pet advocated for years fr Gueeassr, and who pured successfdul in '43, that paper has since denounced as the resrnes: specimen of hu.. saaenity in the Comamonwealhb; and upon his retiring from the colsectorship of the Boston Ctstinn H.Ise a few mouths ago, the editor of SPoert and his Iriend contributed to pay for fgha hudred guns to express their jug am the 'Qlny eatel. Thus in a few yearshase their chief pt'r and their chiet men laded aw y. Wh\le -id Whi measures have becrne m.,ar papular ery .year, and our strength in the I,.egislature '-. remained uaitpared, old Wbig tiasache. %Ais has nothinlg o fear, nothing to he asham '"iu.c No Ysweamstainsa highlier cbaractjer at be.m, ad her boends nell the highest on the -lmndue kachange ofr any State ia tIe ~iUnio n; ned the she will ever remain while she sme. £,es; her Wlil peliy, pays her debts, educates . "r h~im , and e neOrags the enterprise and lA.Jty of her people,ty wise and salutary leg. ,lste.-Baee, M, uzvu&.UwASt Ro*oaz.-"AU Eagisusm S3I)Otd buo "iy yIn, who oald raoely quma a weed of btat. fie humd, ofoaurs. ahugx weesd..s , sIr.bs sa ot etiwbi.. k , *I sa away tb grw edabdI 'o ApAki Wmd kly walnew is cb th doi nun. .me-b, mmr b hultup mgmh.'a Maas pmrd the asleb bed a mid " *m dms. ;bit fis him waiha . nd awa y he be -ha t® we 11 stw ihbas -agd s a sausnmdy end wahr& t0. useh howd bear ua I m ar hero bobil if ehiw, aid #dw t se. 'Tha tpad weie same saw ý ssd rsi the ~rascl a mba~~~~t luAeh~ sum awnl ru Am0rt4. On ahm bwmi Is eesuism wil n I~d, elPali - Y.berri c hei, sa ww*. ie ott awe ~wash behaveg Solo t h uocn. Sw .muq ___e Zia pumsd. i l depsis. ANbu rehsI Corp hmafo a --LAIL aa .C sm m-h Lumi.. 'up -w 1!i sý"d. - ' 1 ) r3 -rrtn ri Ega.u ti'oQ N AND Aau n ' .o1 mta.- I bs* I first employed the Arabs,(says Layard, in his "Nineveh and its Remains,") the women were sorely isl.treated and subjected to great! arldships. I endeavored to inltroduce some re form in their domestic arrangements, anud pu i-hed seserly those who inflicted corporal pun. ishbment on their wives. In a short time the number of domestic quarrels was greatly re tuced, anl the women, who were at first atraid to cumplain of their husbands now inldily ap. pealed to my protection. They had however. some misgivings as to the future, which were! thus expressed by a deputation :"O,.es ! we~ are your sacritici. May God reward y.,u. Havejae not eaten wheat bread, and even meal and butter. suce we have beean snder thyt -had.sw ? Is theyr one of us that has not a! -olorea handkerchief for her head, bracelets,! and .ankle rings. and a striped cloak But whatl shall we do when you leave us 1" These poor creatures like all rab wsonen, were exp,.sed to constant hardships. 'They were obliged tol look after the chillren, to make the bread, to! fltch water, and cut wood, which they brought home froms aar on their heads. Moreover, they were iutrusted with all the domestic duties, wove their wool and gnat's hair into clothes, carpets and tent canvass ; and were left to s:rike and raise tents, and to load and unload the beasts of burden, when they change their campsne, ground Iftheir husbands paussessed sheep us Icows, they had to drive them to pasture, and t, mnilk them at night. When moving, they car rie4 their children at their backs during the nmarch, and were even troubled with this burden when employed in their domestic occupations, if the children were too young to be left alone. The men sat indolently by, smoking their pipes sir listening to a trifling story from some stray irab ofthe desert who was always there to col. lect a group around him. At first the women. whose husbands encamped on the mound. brought water from the river ; but I releasecl them of this labor, by employing horses ansd donkeys in the work. The weight of a large sheep or goat's skin filled with water is no' inconsiderable. This is bung on the back by cords strapped over the shoulders and upon it in addition, was frequently seated the child, wh. could not he left in the tent or was unable to, toliow its mother on foot. The bundles of fire. wood brought from a considerable distance was enormous, completely cJncealing the head ansi shoulders of those who trotted beneath them And yet the women worked cheerfully, and as was seldom that their husbands had to comp'!a.l if their idleness. Somne were more active thani others. There was a young girl named HadI.. who particularly distinguished herself. and wa lconsequently sought in marriage by all the mesn 1ler fleaures were haindsome, and her forts, erect and oexceedingly graceful. Shi carried the largest burdeus, was never unemployed, and Iwas accustouted, when she has finished the work nimposed uupn her her lr her smother, to :t'sist her neighbours in cumpleting theirs. Jessre Crr --At n late meeting of the! Cuuu,,n Couucl oul Jersuyslsty, advantage wa. aLnen ou a thin board to pres the applicatiuon ot use American Hotel fir a license. Aldernsan Ileillltg. Wakeman, aniBuansted nmet the ques. It;,. uwaulully, and declared their deterwuuailou to vote inl al cases against granting liceniscs to sell ruin. Rum.elling in a tirnt class hotel was Io a seine thing in its nature and consequenceCs as ru,.tllug in a shanty; and in either case to gmant wlu eume was taking the price of blood tol !put sto, the city treasury. As lathers of Stmi plies and a,' guardian of theb public order andi m,,rals, these Aldermen declared themselves. tunred lo caslecence to oppose the application. i Alderman VeMnul, however, was of opinlum that tue psubic good required a rnuselling hotel, and as t(is was a respedable one, he should cole 1sr it. We should like to hear Mr. Vroum ex. plain how the public interet would sutffer tori want of a rnmselting establishment 1 The vote being taken stood 3 to -whereupon Henry J. I'tytor, the Mayor, who seems to have been carried away by the reamu of Mr Vrou.e, ca.t his vote ftr license. When tse late Mayor Dummer was one in the same position he cast his rote against license, aunag ihat ae could never sanction a steteeu wasug exposed his suns and thousands of others; to cue every )ear. Whose reasons and whose vote. Dainiuer's or Taylor's, will bear the re. viesu oat eternity -T.s New Yerk Orgns. Tun Dnva.tna's Anua.-lan the United States there is an army of half a million drunkaids. All know that the life of a drunk aid is ezceedigly briet Generations are swept away sith amsinuq rapidity, sad yet ther ranks keep full. Fret whence cosme their reemits e Young mesn 'lo frequent the fsiio b&s drink ing salon, can yon tell as bhow theipr etually thinning r ,anks re as perptsopi ppied - W y » 1CG ro ritatii pays ana aI4* ,00 Itrfor the mere articles out r tbessi catiag drinks are fabricateld. The by idenes, te-bs, Sem. and criminal po. cneasineed by these drihks, is even ageat. tiesaeFeat of her soil is appropriated .aling arsicles for the brew.hems and still. Is it say weeder that millions of her people "stes i-Tempereno Al.lmai . N.!ce. uss kaewlsg te~les hudahud 1w 1'sxe, fa the Tears 1846,1847 sar l 6,ars ftqursrd hocms rWwuard aid sal, the slue, as this is the hea satics Iubell give is the bPe ofa dir, 1w I aria ddwus to seise sad teli praoea~y t. aske uMy aisr; ssd to wham *i sai. applies,! ps will.ooviM at nat sd e y si sad hsrby ss saeve . ehsm irortr, 1 ceataisly shall 5515 pIoyuIG1SdadIS ngo s ue. 44 r TIS, Shesrifasi Colhas ss indebted the ode. Ch. C hasmh'slsl wI phease Bake sei payasst. esithess hstavig. s4 e s.tmajd e w~l - d - me JaN~ TAfT. O.CANDIDATE B. The undersigned espcarfullty announces him. -elf a ano odependenr WaIo CAYNDEDI~ to 'represent the Parish of Si. Mary in the next L.tgi.lature. ALFRED C. WEEKS. We are authorised to annonnce P. DSLA. HOUSSAYE as a candidate fir the office of Sherifff this garish. We ace authb.ri.sd tI. anu..uace H A1l)1.' BURNLEY as a candidate for the office of she. riftof'this pariah. We are aauthorised t, announce HENRY R. NERSON ass candidate for the Assessorship of this parish. We are authorised to announce JOSEPH MfILLET as a candidate for the Assessorship of this parish. The assesmert Roll for the year eighteen -undred adrty'anie, is placed in the Recorders dice .r inspection and will remain thirty days treen the date hereo: B~ENRY L. NERSON. August 22d ISR F.rak. 1 Floe Easmi Top Duw, 3 do.Ops d4. i Plaind. do. 2 Sean Coasc BKra' 2 do Wawgum 4o. 4 Ceuned tdha Wapusr, ETHOS. EVINS. Fiaoklia, Sept 5,-ly_ " New Gseds Jed receried-A ew stook amihLs, Dp. aInestiU Goods. Mu, BRust ybus Traavl.U Tur eksI Aemhr gaod sober Cueb I otba , tUe Riik m&1 C Cattade o si Aui..um.i 3eatles, Assert d i Be Iries and (:iaia Nand Wars. F inn &a_ 7T. 2Y1t48 M iJd Jarb t UMad ,fir id 'Ap SrUl, . THIBODAUI FEJALE I STITrlUT. ,IR. S. TINNElY, Principal. The Sixth Session oat this Institution wtll; .emnnence on the first lMonday in Oct..ber, 1849, undoe the :oll,,wing instructors : MR. S ThN NEY, Teacher of Mathematics, Na ural and ,foral Philowphy. Miss L. c. . oux. Principal Assistant and Su perinlendent oJ the study Department. Miss C. Lioon, Ass.stant in Eng. Department. .aiss L. L Ioon, T'eacher n r'mbroudery and Fancy.,ork. Mans. J RKuvarT, French Teacher. bliss C. K1DFIELD, Teacher on Piano and ( s hur. NI. JoNs TuiEa, Professor of Vocal and In strltunstal .arLSc, and Lecturer on the Ele mentary Principles and &Scece of Music. Tax CousaE oF STUDY pursued in ibis In. slitutiun, is ilbnial and exteusive, emnbracig all those bra.;ches of fetliale education, both solid and ornasnental, usually taught ln Fe male detnioatles. The text books are of the most approved kind, such as moat bhorwounbly inculcate a pracictca and finished educntion. TaJ SY1rYX OF "'EACHINSG IS he result of filteen years' expe ience'. Great care is taken to avoid any thing like rate ; also to adapt thl, 'tudies to the c.mpaclyv of the pupil. Each re citation is attended with anal ,ler and demon strati n, and in no ease are pupils ailowed to I. are a text before evincing a thorouihb knitl edge of its subject; to accomplish whrch, be. sides puilicexaminiloons, the last day io Iacb week is spent in reviewing the astudes of ble preceding days of the week. Patticular attention is given to moral anod phlysical education. The manners of the pupilsl claim especial attention ; to cultivate which, the pupils are daily onstructed in deportment by one ul the ladies. TaE Govznxx.ET is kind and humlane; ni coercive measures are used, but every meara to elicit the ambi:ton of the pupil. A r,.port of th." standing and scholarship of each pupil will be sent monthly to parents or guardians. YouNG LADIEs WHo BoARD IN TUE INaT.l IUTION. For Board and I'uiion in any or all the E.ng..h branches, per session of Five Months, - -. $7,00 " Washing, per tnon'h, . ,0o " Furnishing Bed and Bedding, per mouth, . . 1,00 U French, - - - 2,110 SMus.c on Piano, . - - 7,00 " Use o Piano Ior practising, . . 1,00 '" Drawing and Pain:nag, Embroidery, and Monoebro,n.atic Paint:mg, each. 3,00 Calesthenics and Sacred Music are taught without charge to sill who wish to take lessons. FIFTr Youse LADIUs can be accommodated with INward in thb In-tlotuton. Tas SCHOLA.r.C Y.za will be divided into Tw. Sessions of five months each-commeo. cog on the first Monody in October, and endiro the est of July. Fution payable balil n ad. vance. N. pupd will be taken for a less unr. than one aess*mIn.nor wi'l any deductkios be made for loss of time, escept in case of protrar. ted illness. Pupdla can eater at any time du rang 'he sesvmon; each pupi'a s sesioo ending five months from the day ol eltrance. TO THE PUBLIC. This lustteution s plemasantly siard ae right bank of Bayuu Lafourche, bai a mast be low the thrivang village ol T.ausAus, sut li. ciently near oeenjoy all ats prvtlreLp.eAti yet e removed from the ouise and bustle of the Woon. i Little need be saed with regard o health ; lor I any one who is acqalinted with :bs section oel country, must acknowledg6 It to be one of the heelhiest porttons of Ieusisesa. Reliious pri vteges are gnd; foe elaurcbes-Catholic, Episcopala.s Methodit, and Presbyteriann-are within alfa mile of the Instituitao, either o whbh, the pplis are ,ermtte4 to uattend, cco. - deagto the wishes cif their parents. A larg sad convenieto buildislg having betn adekd to thi. lnoti!uioa, at is now capable ol ameoeodatiag llity young ladies as boarders. The principal study ruoom s large, well eootil. aeed, and eoevrniently arranged for one bun. dred pupils. The recstation rooms are pleas. anlly situated. The present Teachers are well qualified for their respenive departments, and letoeld an in. crease in the school warrant a further increase of teachers, some wtil be emploed but such as are wel qualitid. No pains will be spared by the Priosipal to aeke this Instiaution equal to say in the Soother. eountry. 'Thankful for the past patronage, be would agapin solcit the eoafidmeo of the public, pledgl ieg himself to devote his whole attention to I ieseleltual, moral, and physical educatil of tese young ladIes who ar committd s h.arge. S. TEN I, Iti$l. pl Ynuag Ladles h. Madam P. Delabhoussye bs friewis and the public that she has aed a Youag La. dies' Acade in F I. , and that o~aiae will be spared to secor Ino er school a reputa. dese' high as that similar schools in New Odreei , r at the rth. Madam D. relly ' ng the 'eeosity eseret the BEglish language i tSl try, tst i will be the aa tae lasguage the camber of herechol ass, has a h e services of two ompetesat leachers to instruct in that tlaugp.e will have tie sole charge od the B.gmle usad will give ieoms a m - irs. .), repr ,seaing her.if to her triemds, pamiree i eschaage for their the most tender and mutherly at. the childn. entrusted to her care. S Leraa or Tvsrns, c. B.ad, . . $1 per month Dl ýueras oly 4 U " lm shad Freach, 6 " " w ider sr s 4 " " cheel Furkinre, 4wc, ifraw hsd by th par Ropkr hoarders will pay thre. mleh. dlaes. Others will pa eery month headers wtil he htrcted la seedle Frashel , Lou. Augst 25, 1849. Notice. STA'rE OF i.uUI~IANA. District Court, Parish of Marc, S Esntae ol Sameel G. Lit:on, dec. Whereas Mr'. Mary J. Llron ofr 'h, perish has fild in this court a pe',. .i pravy.n to he appoinled adtaihistratrix ol :e eistate ul Sam. uro G( Lrton, her decaas'd husband. Notice as therelfore hereby given to all those wnorn it may or doth concern, to show cause. if any they have, within ten daes from the date hereof, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. J. V. FOUIRMY, Clerk. Clerk's Office, September 4, 1849. Notice STATE OF LOUISIANA. District Curt. P.arish of S. Mary Estate of M,chael Ilartnmandec. Whereas Lrowme Therrior, of said parish, widow of Michael Hartman. dec. Ihas filed in thiscou:t a iwetilton praying to be appointed admiointrntris of said estate. Notice is therefore given to all whom it doth or may concern, to show caiuse, if ahv they have, within ten days from the da.' hereof why the prayer of said petilton-r sheulut not be gran ted. J. V FOURMY, Clerk. Clerk's nofice. September II, 11. 49. New Ort(lma ad Attakapas Packet. BERTRA U. E. CarIr.LO, laster, Having commenced her regular trips between Attakapas and New Orleo., and being well adapted to this trade, will coatiae rauning on this routw during the season. No paein will be spared to promnete the comfort of paseagers, and give satia. ction to all who may favor the boat with their patronage. faul. Packet between New Orleas and St Alaftseaille wi Berwick's Bay and Bayou Boeuf The libht draught and well knoowe :ea.ner VB's8A, Caps Gee. FausmetI having undergone thorough repairs, and ranking A. No 1 in the Insurance Offic, bhas taken the ploee of the Grey eagle, and will make regular trips through. out the entire season of low water. Tte captain hopes by care ad strict at telttos to bhiness to receive a share of pub lIc patronage. For Freight or passage apply on board. July 19, 1849. Net, Orlteu and Autkapas Regaler Paeeet D. R. FPasamrr, Master, Having bedo thoroughly ftted out and repair ed, will sea as a regular Packet, during the low wmt season, no pains will be spared as regard= .com.tart of passengers, and attoetionto freght. Uspt. Faumett hopes by strnet alaedtio to busi. Snee to receive a slrM of petrsegrs. For freight or passage apply on boad or to P. J Pavy & Co. No. 13 Conti St. N. 0. meurc. Iage ea.e aaeshture. The undersigned would respectfelly snfrmn Shis frieads and the the public geerally, that he has opened a TIN, SHEET IRON, and COPPER WAKE lArAIFACTORY, on Main street, nearly opposite the Odd Fel lows' Hall. He will endeavor to keep on hand a coostant supply of thoroughy made Warw, so as to sup ply all demands wtth good atlcles, at wholessim or retail. Hr has employed a superior workman, and will be enabled to (uraish work at short estics, tair prices, and is a meaner which, for work manship, cannot be surpasseed to the comntry. Sagar hous fitures ia his lime repaired or r furnished, and Ti Roog, Copper or Tin Guttrs, Conductors, Bathing qpesta Sik and Lead work made to order. CHARLES F CAMPBn.J . Franklin, Auget 28, W. Th suscriber is is osaseion of a g1 a HORSE mad DRAY, wad wvdl be ready at all tims, to perform tay labor that may be .&iFd him isuboa lae of business. Any patremag. Irmabtes citieons o Fraakiio aud vieaii, wit'. be bt.kfolUy reweisod. SAMUEI L UR RNET. Frankio, July 30, 1649.